The 2019 Government Shutdown

Ethan Lacouty, Editor
January 23, 2019

Washington DC--- One month in and still no deal: The 2019 federal government shutdown began on Dec. 22, and there's still no end in sight as talks between parties continue to stall President Donald Trump's latest proposal -- $5.7 billion in funding for a border wall in exchange for extending temporary protections to immigrants his administration sought to end was rejected by Democrats over the...

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Case to Throw Out Miami-Dade Red Light Camera Tickets Upheld

Sam Price, Editor
December 20, 2018

Do red light camera seem like a creep permanent installment? Well, Miami-Dade atourney Louis Arslanian is making a case to have them deemed as breaking state law. "A company in Arizona called American Traffic Solutions put the cameras in," Arslanian said. "The camera takes a front shot, a side shot, a back shot of your license tag, and a ten second video. They have people in Arizona that they train...

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George H.W Bush Death

Sara Hertzberg, Contributer
December 17, 2018

George H.W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States, spoke his final words in a phone call with his son and died late Friday at the age of 94. He was found by his son at his home in Houston. His death was announced in a tweet by Jim McGrath, his spokesman. Bush was the second President in U.S. history to witness his own son follow in his presidential footsteps when, in 2000, George W. Bush...

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Bulldogs Competitive Cheerleading

Brelee Bennett, Contributor | December 20, 2018

The Bulldogs' heartbeats in eight counts this year, South Broward's competition cheer team is working harder than ever before. South Broward's competition cheer team placed fourth out of six teams at the BCAA (Broward County Athletic Association) competition, and are now advancing to regionals. "The team this year is at it's best yet, we're coming back harder and stronger than ever," says Ariana...

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Swimming  State Championship Results

Rachele paul, Contributor | December 14, 2018

Congratulations,  to several members of our SBHS swim team for competing in the swimming state championship and achieving some personal medals and record times. In the 100m Breastroke Andy Rogatinsky took 2nd place in the States, 100m Breastroke with a time of 57.67, with only .04 seconds away from 1st place.  Alex Marro in 9th place with the fastest time by the 5th hour and by his personal best...

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Huge thank you to @davidhogg111 for letting our journalism class interview you this morning! Check an eye out for our story on the bulldogbark soon!

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SBHS Band put on an amazing winter concert this past week! @SoBroBand

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The Case for Mandatory Voting

Max Neuberger, Editor | December 10, 2018

By all accounts, the 2018 midterm elections voter turnout was wild. Driving people to the polls was a major chunk of almost every candidate’s campaign, and the numbers would suggest it worked. Turnout topped a record breaking 113 million people, the highest rate for a midterm election since 1966. Over 122 million Americans apparently didn’t get the memo. Those record breaking numbers ended...

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Puerto Rico Needs the Right to Vote

Max Neuberger, Editor | October 22, 2018

  Last year, Puerto Rico was hit by one of deadliest natural disasters to hit US soil. Hurricane Maria amassed a death toll of 2,975, cut off 100% of the electricity to the island which lasted months for most of its residents, and displaced over 135,000 families from their homes to settle in shelters across the continental US.  If the island of over three million United States citizens had resided...

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